USB Parallel Adapters
A parallel port is the only way that your computer can communicate with parallel printers. It is called a parallel port (as opposed to the more common USB and serial ports), because it transfers a bundles of information simultaneously on each of its wires: hence the term "parallel transfer."
Many computers have parallel ports already installed. For those computers that don't, however--or that find themselves in need of an extra parallel port or two--it's easy enough to find a USB parallel adapter. A USB parallel adapter is an easy-to-install cable that transforms a simple USB port into a parallel port.
Here at Byte Runner Technologies, we carry a few of these USB to parallel adapter cables. One of these is the popular CBL-IEEE-USB. The CBL-IEEE-USB is specifically designed to be compatible with all USB and parallel specifications and requirements. It gives any Macintosh or IBM computer the ability to, for example, print on an available parallel printer, so long as that printer uses a standard IEEE connector.
The CBL-IEEE-USB is just one of the many adapter cables offered by us at Byte Runner Technologies. Besides our expansive inventory, there are a few other reasons to consider purchasing from Byte Runner. First of all, all our products extremely affordable; on top of that, most come with a one year warranty, or 30-day money back guarantee. The free technical support that accompanies all our products at Byte Runner usually seals the deal.